On Campus Program

Indigenous Guide to Walking a Sacred Spiritual Path


Join spiritual mentors Shannon Chada and Shawn Stevens for a special weekend program in honor of  Indigenous Peoples Day. Learn how to reclaim, discover, and deepen your own unique spiritual path through the doorways of an Indigenous mindset. Using the four cardinal directions as a guide, Shannon and Shawn will take you on a personal journey of the East, South, West, and North to help you

  • Explore your own unique spiritual tools
  • Pave a unique path of self-spiritual discovery
  • Deepen your relationship with yourself and the earth
  • Brighten your awareness of your place within the sacred circle of life.  

This program is for everybody, no matter where you come from, or what your beliefs are. The wisdom shared respects all diversities.

NOTE This program is inspired by Native American numerology and teachings. Tuition includes materials for creating your own spiritual tools.    

Preview the Schedule


  • Evening: Welcome Circle and storytelling of White Buffalo Calf Woman 


  • Morning: Storytelling and wisdom sharing of the 7 Elder Teachings
  • Afternoon: Exploring our spiritual expression through body, sound, vibration, and energy. Includes the creation of a spiritual tool box (all materials included). 
  • Evening: Concert with drumming, singing, flute, and story telling 


  • Morning: Closing Circle and Q&A 

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
All Spiritual Practice and Inquiry


Shawn Stevens (Red Eagle), a member of the Stockbridge Munsee Band of Mohicans, is a Native American culturalist, artist, musician, and ceremonial helper.

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Shannon Chada, founder and lead spiritual facilitator, serves the Full Circle Harmony community with fun and inspirational opportunities for personal growth. ​

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